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Quadri Aruna Son won bronze in WTT Youth Contender Vila Real

Quadri Aruna Son won bronze in WTT Youth Contender Vila Real

Quadri Aruna Jr., following in the illustrious footsteps of his African table tennis champion father, Quadri Aruna, made waves on the international stage by clinching a bronze medal at the 2024 WTT Youth Contender Vila Real in the U11 boys category over the weekend.

Despite encountering obstacles along the way, the young prodigy demonstrated resilience and skill, ultimately leaving his mark on the prestigious tournament.

The proud mother and coach, Aruna Ganiyat, took to social media to express her elation and gratitude following her son’s remarkable achievement. On Facebook, she shared, “WHAT A WAY TO END THE WTT YOUTH CONTENDER VILA REAL! The past few days haven’t been easy, but thank God for the happy ending. @arunaquadrijunior won a bronze medal at the UNDER 11 category at his first WTT appearance. We are just getting started. Coming back stronger, INSHA ALLAH.”

Quadri Aruna Jr.’s success at such a tender age underscores his burgeoning talent and dedication to the sport. His achievement serves as a testament to the hard work and guidance provided by his mother, who also serves as his coach, further highlighting the importance of familial support in athletic endeavors.

Moreover, Quadri Aruna Jr. is not alone in his pursuit of excellence on the table tennis court. His sister, Mariam, is also making strides in the sport, participating alongside her brother at the WTT Youth Contender Vila Real 2024. With the siblings sharing a passion for table tennis and a drive for success, the Aruna family is poised to leave an indelible mark on the sport’s landscape.

As Quadri Aruna Jr. continues to hone his skills and carve out his own legacy, his bronze medal triumph serves as a promising indicator of future success. With the unwavering support of his family and the determination to excel, the young table tennis sensation is poised to ascend to even greater heights in his burgeoning career.

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